Friday, January 23, 2015
Cobalt Boats and Marker One Donate To American Heart Association and Folds of Honor
Upon completion of the annual dealer meeting held this past fall at Table Rock Lake in Branson, Missouri, Cobalt Boats and Marker One were able to make two generous charity donations to the American Heart Association and Folds of Honor.
During the extensive weeklong training session, dealers, vendors and associates came together to participate in the annual Fun Run/Walk. This special get-together was originated by George Muffick, Northeast Regional Sales Manager of Cobalt Boats and Marker One. Muffick won his battle against cancer in 2008 and wanted to rally the Fun Run/Walk and donate the proceeds to a charitable cause. “Now in its 7th year, the Fun Run/Walk is an event we all look forward to at the dealer meeting. It’s a time to put down the books and get outside and raise money for a great cause,” says Muffick.
In addition to the annual Fun Run/Walk, participants from the dealer meeting also came together for a Silent Auction. Dealers were able to bid on their favorite teams in hope to choose the winners of the run. The auction also featured a commemorative etched bottle of Cobalt wine showcasing the American Flag from Sherwin Family Vineyards. The striking hand-etched, painted bottle adorned the words “In God We Trust” and “United We Stand”. The back of the bottle also states that it was proudly created “in remembrance of those lost on September 11, 2001”. Mike Tutor from Marine Sales of Pickwick was the winner of the beautiful commemorative bottle with a notable and especially appropriate bid of $9,110, symbolic of the September 11th historical event. Soon, a check will be sent to the American Heart Association in the amount of $15,360. In addition, Cobalt dealer, German Brothers donated $750 to the Folds of Honor program.
Cobalt Boats and Marker One again want to thank each of our dealers who participated in the philanthropic activities. “We are especially thankful for our very generous group of dealers, and we are pleased to report that the winners have all donated their "winnings" back as donations,” reports Gavan Hunt, VP of Sales and Marketing. “We are also looking forward to donating to the Folds of Honor Program this year through our flagpole initiative. As of January 1, 2015, for each flagpole sold, we will donate the proceeds to this wonderful organization in honor of those who have fought for our country.”
To learn more about the Cobalt Flag Initiative and the Folds of Honor Program, please visit www.cobaltboats.com.
Categories: Cobalt Boats, Customer Service, Dealer Partners, Industry News, Lifestyle | Tags: Boat Dealers, Boating Industry, Cobalt Boats, Lifestyle, Neodesha
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
It May Look Like a Pontoon, But Don't Call It One
Boating Magazine knows not to call the new Marker One an ordinary pontoon. After their review, you'll see why.
A few highlights from their up-close-and-personal date with the M27:
1. An Entirely Fiberglass Deck
Most pontoon manufacturers use fiberglass components, but what makes us different is the molded glass from the stringers up. No wood, just fiberglass.
2. Patents Are A' Pending
Up first is the fiberglass deck jointed to the aluminum hulls (otherwise known as tubes by others). The structural integrity of the M27 is so strong it dampens the noise from underneath. Another patent in the approval process is the lifting pads and strakes, working together to generate lift and lean inboard while turning. And lastly, the third patent is the wedge stringer system helping the boat sit level from bow to stern.
3. There's Space, and Even More Space Aboard
With its 9-foot-3-inch beam, the M27 has an interior space advantage over its competitors. There's space for lounging, a space for luggage, a space for dining. You name it, there's a space for it.
4. Fit and Finish
The Cobalt Boats aura is evident on the Marker One. From stainless steel furnishings to cavernous storage, the M27 glows with class from every angle. And for the party-goers, we've also included 23 cup holders and six receptacles for the technology of the day.
5. No Reservations Needed for Seating
Because the M27 was envisioned for comfortable, sprawl-out relaxing kind of boating, seating is a nonissue here. Take a seat forward-facing, or enjoy the wraparound arrangement with the group. Flip the armrests down for lounging or take a seat on the swim platform and go beaching.
Marker One was very pleased with Boating Magazine's review. To read the full article, click here.
Categories: Cobalt Boats, Industry News, Innovative Features, Lifestyle | Tags: Award Winning Boat, Boat Builders, Boating Industry, Family Boating, Lifestyle, Luxury Boat
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Cobalt Boats Supports Folds of Honor Program
Cobalt Boat Company is honored to show our appreciation and commitment to the men and women who have served our country through our Folds of Honor Support Program. As of January 1st, 2015, for each flagpole sold on any new Cobalt, we will make a donation of the net proceeds of the flagpole option price to the Folds of Honor Foundation.
The Folds of Honor Foundation (FOH) is rallying the nation to ensure that no family is left behind in the fight to preserve American freedom. Through scholarships and other assistance, Folds of Honor gives financial and spiritual support to the spouses and children of soldiers killed or disabled in service to our country. FOH provides healing, hope and an opportunity for dreams to be realized...with the support of Cobalt owners throughout America. Thank you for supporting Cobalt, and the Folds of Honor!
“It is with a great sense of pride and deep appreciation that we have initiated this program in an effort to give something back to the men and women of the U.S. Armed Services through the “Folds of Honor”. While we can never thank them enough for their services or the hardships they have endured, we hope in some way that this small token of our appreciation will help their family during a time of need.”
Read more behind this special program here:
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Monday, August 25, 2014
Heartland Boating's Review of Cobalt A40
Head over to HeartLand Boating's September/October issue for a recent review on the Cobatl A40. HeartlLand Boating features articles written for recreational boaters. Plus, get a glimpse of news, opinions, helpful hints and much more tailored to the boating industry.
Read more here.
Categories: Cobalt Boats, Industry News, Innovative Features, Lifestyle, Tips and Hints | Tags: Boating Industry, Cobalt Boats, Family Boating, Lifestyle, Luxury Boat, New Boat
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Let's Be Friends
We can all agree that social media has changed the way people communicate. What better way to embrace the social scene than by connecting with the people and companies that matter most?
Cobalt Boats wants to invite you to “Like” our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, subscribe to our very own YouTube channel – engage with us and see more of what you love! Each and every day, we’re posting photos, videos, footage and boating tips to our social channels.
Stay connected and learn about your favorite boats just by scrolling through your news feed. Do you have a customer service question? Or, maybe you want to check out a boat show near you? Simply follow us on any social channel for immediate service and answers to all your boating questions.
Below are a few links that will help you find us:
Categories: Customer Service, Industry News, Innovative Features, Lifestyle, Tips and Hints, Videos | Tags: Boating Industry, Cobalt Boats, Family Boating
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